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It's been a while … I haven't been around recently.His level of intoxication is relevant to the number of times I say "wtf u talkin' 'bout Willis?"Okay.. that's one.
Well I never met a cookie or ice cream I didn't like when high/drunk as fuck standing in line at DR!Went to Cerveteca DTLA… nice joint for happy hour drinks and snacks.Also checked out the Hauser Wirth & Schimmel gallery as well as Artbook in the "new" arts district.Went over to Guerrilla Atelier and hung out with Carl Louisville for a bit… he's an LA fashionista icon and a purveyor of cool shit downtown.Default assumption for basically any new restaurant in town
Ya the one that didn't even happen until pant load Windhorst lobbies LeDoosh after the game? Please….What a fucking jokeHow high could you possibly be? It's not even a consideration.
Most LA ice cream is over-rated… and WAY overpriced in my experience. Salt & Straw is a joke, Sweet Rose is okay, Beachy Cream in SaMo also just okay, Mashti Malone's has pretty interesting flavors and decent texture but again pretty pricey for the product. I get the feeling most of the shops around here are like Mast Bros. chocolate … sell a mediocre product at a luxury price to uninformed/careless consumers. McConnell's has to be the biggest joke in this department at...
Last week I ran into Coach Steve Alford (UCLA basketball) and then about 30 minutes later Coach Jim Mora (UCLA football) …. sure I was on campus, but I didn't expect to meet them both in the span of 30 minutes. On Wednesday night I ran into Mario van Peebles at Ralph's … apparently in the midst of a pre-Cinco de Mayo hot sauce emergency. "Excuse me where's the hot sauce? Sir, I need some hot sauce, where can I find the hot sauce?!" LOL … look it's MvP. He was very chill...
Most beginners would also not be purchasing a $3,000 guitar … hell some would not even spend $300. I agree it sounds like some of it is salesman's bullshit (but he's a salesman so wtf do you expect?), but I've known plenty of beginners who purchased higher-end guitars at the start knowing that they would stick with it and would "grow into" and learn to appreciate a nicer instrument in a year or 2 or 3 ... instead of buying some shitty beginner axe that's harder to learn on...
Not at all … I appreciate a courteous disagreement. And now that you've mentioned it, yeah NNs somewhat mashed fits are usually pretty cool (lots of ball caps), but perhaps it's because he has some (many!) great individual pieces and maybe those "speak to me" more so therefore I don't consider them as incongruent.That's partially a qualifier for bullshit yes I know … and black and brown leathers for me just don't jive. I was very close to qualifying that too (because never...
You missed my last post … of course they sign waivers and "mini-contracts" upon eligibility to enter the draft itself … these also contain consent of release of medical info to teams. That some of this info "gets out" or is discussed during he draft is part of the process (football related).It would be totally different if some scout from Philly says "Myles Jack had a vasectomy last fall, I find that concerning."and the context is entirely different … therefore different...
Your guesses and imagination would be correct. They sign waivers for entering the draft … obviously teams need to know, sometimes that info gets out. And yes most league standard CBAs and contracts contain exemptions to HIPAA once they are signed.
Agreed.. very cool.Jacket is cool, jeans fit pretty well. There's nothing super wrong, it's just not cohesive. Ball cap with biker jacket? Blunnies? It's like 3 different fits mashed together.And for the record I love Blunnies … but black and brown leathers on coat and shoes separately never works.
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